Windows Updates

Posted on 2011-04-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have Windows Vista & Windows 7 clients on my LAN/Domain. They get Windows updates via WSUS. I have everything set through group policy where the Windows updates get downloaded automatically without iser intervention but does not get installed until the user manually initiates it or shuts down & chooses to install the updates.

This all works fine. Some of my users call the IT department every time we push out updates because the little box pops up asking them if they want to restart or postpone it & stuff like that...does someone out there already have a "how to" or a "cheat sheet" already developed I can give to my users with screenshots & instructions on what to do??? I'm just trying not to re-invent the wheel?? Thanks
Question by:wantabe2
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    Hy Wantabe2,

    Microsoft has everything you need right here :)

    It works for Windows Vista as well as with Windows 7.
    If you have any further questions dont hesitate to send a massage :)

    Best Regards,


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